For decades, Manchester United have painted the city of Manchester Red, with their consistent success with the first team as well as their accomplished youth system under the outstanding management of Sir Alex Ferguson.
After all their talking and spending, United cannot be heard, could this be because of their ‘noisy neighbours?’
Noise Abatement 1: Manchester City took over the City of Manchester stadium
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Noise Abatement 2: City introduced facilities to support the local community
Noise Abatement 3: Over the city of Manchester you can still hear Martin Tyler’s screams of “AGUERO” as he snatched a late winner to secure the 2012 Premier League title.
Noise Abatement 4: City’s youth system has vastly improved over the years and a lot have been given the chance to be part of the first team.
Noise Abatement 5: City have been consistently outstanding in the Champions League and have a good chance of winning - the biggest noise of all.
Who can stop the noise?
Man United has been struggling to perform with the same world class calibre as they have done for generations since the departure of Sir Alex Ferguson.
Louis van Gaal has had the tough responsibility of following the greatness of Sir Alex as well as the disappointment of ‘The Chosen One.’
However this does not excuse the lack of dexterity and finesse that is usually synonymous with the Red Devils.
There have been various rumours circulating linking Jose Mourinho to the hot seat at United, now with his experience and excellence at Inter Milan, Real Madrid and Chelsea who could refuse?
Mourinho could revive the style of football that has been missing recently under Van Gaal, with the flair and quick-witted, simple but effective, the Reds would once again become - as Eric Cantona once said - “the kings of Manchester.”
Also, with the legendary winger Ryan Giggs at his side to provide him with the support and knowledge of how Manchester United tick, 'The Special One' would thrive and surely bring back the glory to United.